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NIU Parking Services offers permits on an annual or per-semester basis for students, faculty and staff with a variety of price points. Don’t risk getting a ticket. Order your 2017-2018 parking permit now. When purchasing a parking permit, five payment options are available: CASH – in office only CHECK – for full amount (made out...
Visitor permits can be purchased online at https://prkapp.niu.edu/. It’s easy, just click on the large button that says “Visitor – Purchase a daily or single use permit”, agree to the terms of service and choose a daily or weekly visitor permit. Follow the tabs through the ordering process and at the finish line you’ll be...
Parking permits for the next academic year (2017-2018) are available online for employees starting on Thursday, June 1, from Campus Parking Services. The new Automated Issuance Management System (AIMS) provides convenient access to parking account information using your current employee login ID and password. Employees can make a permit purchase, ticket payment and access their account information. Hangtags...
Starting on Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, spring and spring/summer parking permits will be available for purchase at Parking Services, by mail or online. There is a $10 discount when permits are purchased online. There are several convenient ways to obtain your new permit. Online purchases can be made by visiting the Parking Services website. Note that permits purchased online...
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NIU Parking Services offers permits on an annual or per-semester basis for students, faculty and staff with a variety of price points. When purchasing a parking permit, five payment options are available: CASH – in office only CHECK – for full amount (made out to NIU), in the office or by mail CREDIT CARD –...
In an effort to mitigate a growing backlog of parking lot repair requirements, NIU administrators have approved parking permit price increases for the first time since 2011. The new rates will help generate additional revenue necessary to address the current $5 million backlog of known parking lot repairs. Parking lot repair demands are being prioritized...
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NIU Campus Parking Services is encouraging all students, faculty and staff who need parking permits for the fall to shop online – and avoid standing in long lines. Darren Mitchell, director of Campus Parking Services, said he and his colleagues are hoping to avoid a repeat of the scene inside and outside their office last...
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Parking Services reminds employees that their new 2015 faculty/staff permits must be displayed beginning Tuesday, July 1. Vehicles not displaying 2015 parking permits July 1 and afterward are subject to citations. Still need a permit? For more information, call (815) 753-1045 or email [email protected]  
Parking permits are on sale now.
Faculty and staff must renew their on-campus parking permits before they expire Saturday, June 30. Permits for Fiscal Year 2013 are on sale now. Renewal forms are available online for those employees who have not received forms through campus mail. New permits can be displayed at the time of purchase. For more information, call (815)...
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The NIU parking garage will close for cleaning and maintenance from Saturday, May 19, through Thursday, May 24. The visitor pay lot will not be available as free parking for blue and student permit holders. Portions of the NIU parking garage already have been closed for lighting replacement and other maintenance. These brief closures impact...
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Students must remember to purchase new student parking permits for the 2011-2012 school year if they are bringing cars to campus. Permits can be purchased online, in person at Campus Parking Services (on the corner of Lincoln Terrace and Normal Road) or by mail. Contact Campus Parking Services at (815) 753-1045 or [email protected] with questions...
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New 2011-2012 faculty/staff parking permits, which are on sale now, must be displayed in vehicles parked on campus by Friday, July 1. Similary, expired permits must be removed from vehicles that day. Those drivers who forget to display the new permits July 1 will be issued parking tickets.  Permit holders who purchase and receive their new hang tags or...
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